The Workers Compensation Act provides benefits to workers who have been injured on the job. Injuries include occupational diseases and any aggravation or acceleration of a non-work-related condition that reduces your ability to work or results in death.
Employers are required by law to provide payment of worker's compensation except in cases where employees are not specifically covered. An employee cannot contract away his/her rights to compensation.
If you have been injured at work and are not receiving the benefits you deserve or you require legal assistance from a qualified attorney, contact us about your case. We can help you file appeals, answer your questions and get the benefits to which you are entitled.Talk to an attorney